The company has increased its green electricity share by half, from approximately 40 percent in 2012 to higher than 60 percent in 2014.
UK e-commerce merchants are projected to lose 771 million euro each year due to missed deliveries.
As of August 18, severe floods and landslides have killed 200 people in Nepal and Northern India.
Canada Post’s board chairman, Marc Courtois, will be stepping down after seven years in the position, reports Post and Parcel, and the company is seeking a replacement.
In particular, the company has been developing its Toll Consumer Deliveries business in efforts to compete with Australia Post in the country’s e-commerce delivery sector.
The “Puerta a Puerta” (Door to Door) service is aimed at passengers of the state rail company Renfe, many of whom take long trips.
Ecuador’s government has reported that the two fatalities and eight injuries all occurred in the Catequilla area, located seven miles north of the capital Quito.
By 2017, Royal Mail expects that 90 to 95 percent of the UK population will have fast broadband, and that this will facilitate growth in e-commerce shopping, contributing up to 515 million euro a year.
Seeking to help e-commerce merchants, New Zealand Post has begun a sponsorship agreement with the new industry body Ecommerce New Zealand.
Due to decreasing mail volumes, Finnish postal carrier Itella has announced that it will need to restructure its sorting operations, but seeks to do this in a responsible way.